Performs project engineering work, requiring application of standard and advanced techniques, procedures and criteria in developing/improving processes and/or systems. Independently develops clear and specific objectives for given assignments that may require the investigation of a several alternative solutions. Develops thoughts and ideas into engineered solutions with approval from supervisor and provides guidance to co-ops, technicians and other engineers. Effectively participates in a team setting to achieve results. Effectively leads moderate to large projects.
Provide technical leadership, service and support for process development and improvement.
Assess, create and facilitate the application of best practices and standards to drive operational results.
Lead manufacturing project teams to achieve results and ensure successful implementation into plant operations.
Develop work plans, estimates, schedules and resources to drive timely project completion.
Utilize methodical thinking and analytical problem solving skills for processing troubleshooting and problem resolution.
Ability to solve complex problems and complete multiple projects utilizing:
Lean Manufacturing principles
Six Sigma tools and variation reduction
Project Management methodologies
Continuously learn and increase capacity to contribute effectively Troubleshoot process and equipment problems
Specify customized equipment and negotiate costs
Technical Skills: Ability to solve complex problems and complete multiple projects, using advanced problem solving methods to make decisions. Applies proven technology independently. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong computer and typical office software skills.
Leadership Skills: Experienced with developing and achieving future state plans and leading others in change initiatives. Desire for additional responsibilities in technical or manufacturing leadership.
Education: BS degree in Engineering plus appropriate continuous training
Experience: 5+ years, project leadership or supervisory experience. Some formal exposure to areas outside own department. Recognized as a resource in areas of expertise.
Company Culture Swagelok is committed to the success of each associate and fosters an environment where people are trusted, respected, and treated fairly. Supported by the latest technology, process, and management tools, associates are challenged to maximize their potential.
Swagelok encourages associates to take advantage of personal and professional development opportunities, which include:
Tuition assistance program for associate, bachelor, and graduate degrees Access to a wide range of both live and Web-based internal and external training courses Internal job posting and career development programs
Swagelok offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package, which includes:
Medical, dental, and vision plan options Life insurance for associates and/or dependents
Accidental death and dismemberment insurance
Short- and long-term disability coverage
Long-term care coverage
Employee assistance program
Healthcare and dependent care reimbursement accounts
Tuition assistance program
Paid vacation and holidays
Associate recognition program
Complimentary coffee, soft drinks, fruit, and bagels
Laundered uniforms for manufacturing associates
Swagelok Company — a $1.3 billion, privately-held company — is a leading fluid system manufacturer with global resources dedicated to serving our customers.
We design, manufacture, and deliver an expanding range of the highest quality fluid system products and solutions.
We drive proactive solutions through dedicated, market-focused business units, a lean manufacturing structure, and a responsive, capable supply chain.
We deliver knowledge, resources, innovations, and value to customers worldwide through an exclusive network of authorized Swagelok sales and service centers.
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